I'm trying to replace my Linux OS with Windows Server 2003, which I already have a license.
I'm talking about OVH Kimsufi XL.
Following support's instructions, I booted my dedicated with netboot, specific with vkvm option.
Then I specified an ftp location, (where there is my "totally working" .iso), and I started the virtual session.
After some mins, a java windows appears, and starts the vnc session.
After usual linux loading, it stops on this :
VFS: Cannot open root device "801" or unknown-block(8,1)
Please append a correct "root=" boot option; here are the available partitions:
0300 244198584 hda driver: ide-gd
0301 5245191 hda1
0302 238428687 hda2
0303 522112 hda3
Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(8,1)
I have one customer installed with plesk 11.5 + power pack integrated with mssql 2008 express on his server.But now client want to install Mssql 2008 web edition. Is this possible to replace the express edition with web in plesk panel?
I am trying to restore a backup that Parallels Plesk made (latest version) and I used to get the option at some point to replace everything. Now, I only get the options to select what I want to restore and it fails because it says certain things, domains, content is already there.
I can't find the option anymore that allows me to say replace everything during the backup. Was that removed? If so, I'd really....really like it back.
Warning: Failed deployment of domain localhost.localdomain Warning: Execution of /usr/local/psa/admin/plib/api-cli/domain.php --create localhost.localdomain -owner admin -do-not-apply-skeleton -notify false -guid 4fe5de63-3103-4fa0-a01c-04894e167107 -vendor-guid 75b2fa01-6c6e-4cb2-8f1b-9c69757fd3ec -creation-date 2014-02-13 -ip 188.8.131.52 -ignore-nonexistent-options failed with return code 1. Stderr is An error occurred during domain creation: There are no available resources of this type (domains) left. Requested: 1; available: 0.
We've been experiencing a lot of trouble with novice customers that want to install an Application Vault package that has sub-optimal default settings, e.g.
customer wants to install wordpress, clicks on Application Vault -> wordpress -> "INSTALL"
This will install, without any questions for settings, wordpress into domain.com/wordpress - which is not what people want. I know that there is a button with teh drop down menu that shows "custom", however, people don't see/know about it and click "install".
Is there a way to remove / replace the "quick install" button and have the "install custom" as default.
I've got a dedicated server through Liquid Web. I can't say enough about how great the reliability and service has been since I switched over to them a number of months ago.
Nevertheless, with the advent of cloud hosting, I'm intrigued by the idea of paying for what I actually use on a server rather than having way more capacity than I need 90% of the day.
I've looked around here and there's a bit of talk about it but it doesn't seem like folks are scrambling into it and it also appears that the offereings are still relatively immature.
I really don't have the time to devote to tweaking, etc or figuring out something really complicated.
I'll stick to my dedicated server if it means tons of extra work or potential downtime or massive frustration but I wanted to get some feedback from the community about whether or not there are some stable cloud hosting options that are emerging that might be worth considering.
I have Windows Server storage server. However I need to run some Linux scripts. Is it possible to run possibly VMWARE to have Linux so I can install the scripts use the Windows which has content to be used.
Kinda tricky I know but worth a shot.
Windows - Has all the content , but can't run scripts such as file hosting , streaming server (WMV wont do) , HTML/PHP server scripts.
What is the best way to get backup from linux server to windows same as rsync
i need to take offside backup from my linux server to windows server,before i used rsync to take backup,now i need to make backup in windows server with help of any software which work same as rsync or any software which must have good feature.
i have a high end linux server, low load. i'm looking for ideas as to how i can get a windows 2003 machine hosted up onto it (i have a license already) on one of the machine's dedicated IPs, and set it up to host ASP based websites with MS access (have the license already too). Any tutorials or suggestions how this can be set up?
I colo a 1U machine with 2-36gig drives. They're not in RAID, and I have it set to rsync backups to a remote machine on a regular schedule. I have another remote machine functioning as a secondary DNS. Neither of these 2 are on a large upstream pipe. I just bought 2-147gig drives that I'd like to replace the 36g's with. How does this sound for a scenario to accomplish this with little downtime (pre-pardon my noob'ish ways):
1. Do a complete rsync of the filesystem to my remote machine as well as sync the mysql db's (to 1 remote drive).
2. Pop that single rsync'd drive into an external enclosure.
3. Travel to datacenter, once there, plug external drive into laptop and start up a VM that boots off of that drive.
4. Sync again so external drive has the most up-to-date data.
5. Change over IP's from colo to VM on laptop.
6. Shutdown and swap out drives in colo'd box with the new ones.
7. Setup new drives as RAID 1, install OS, then rsync filesystem over from laptop to new drives in colo'd box.
8. Change back IP's.
What am I missing, or is there an easier way without a 2nd colo/dedicated server? Currently, the colo'd machine is using about 1.3Mbit/sec outbound and it's running a low load.
My old VPS was hacked and an iframe html string was added to just about all the files on the server.
I've since then identified the vulnerability and moved to a new host and want to copy the accounts over but wanted to know if there was an easy way to search all the files for this html code and delete it?
For example, search all files for <iframe etc etc> and delete it?
I know this is probably rather simple...but I have no idea how to do it.
How do I run a virtual instance of Windows server 2008 on my Linux dedi? Do I need to partition the server and create a VPS for this or can I run it on something like VMware? (Please look at my other thread here [url]t=857377 to learn more about my server, its resources and current config.)
Why would I want to do this? Because my primary desktop OS is still Vista Ultimate 64 and I've invested a lot in Windows-based software and hardware--too much to make a total switch to Linux. But, I don't want to invest more than I have to in order to run a Windows server that allows my business partner to access documents remotely or for us to share various files securely and privately and still serve my mostly Windows-based clients and colleagues. I'm one of, well, two people I know who even use Linux (at least at the OS level and know it).
Since my research shows I **can** do this on Centos 5, the responses that would be most useful to me would be those that focus on how I can do this successfully (even if it seems complicate; I can figure it out with help and/or direction) and what to consider or avoid when creating this virtual guest OS on my Linux dedi.